• UAS ISR Services

  • CAE and its partners are performing analysis and demonstration flights of the Aeronautics Dominator XP unmanned aerial system (UAS) in Alma, Quebec. Under Project Miskam, which means in Innu  “to find”, CAE and Aeronautics are demonstrating how unmanned systems can be used for commercial applications such as remote inspection of pipelines and hydroelectric installations, surveillance of forest fires, observation of critical natural resources, assessing natural disasters and a range of other applications.
    Combined with a diverse array of sensors suitable for civil, homeland security and defence-related market requirements, CAE performs a wide range of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) services.

    Some of the missions that can be performed by a UAS include:

    • Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) applications
    • Aerial visual inspection of infrastructure
    • Geographical, geological and resources air mapping
    • Geographic information system (GIS)
    • Light Detection And Ranging (LIDAR) mapping
    • Magnetic surveys and maritime patrol
    • Arctic ice reconnaissance and characterisation

    CAE is leveraging its modelling and simulation technologies and in-service support capabilities to develop a comprehensive offering of unmanned ISR services. The vast amount of information and intelligence gathered can be fused in a simulation-based synthetic environment and then applied to support decision-making based on integrated information.

    Comprehensive payload suite
    CAE has the capability to integrate and fly a comprehensive state-of-the-art suite of sensing technology models.  These include: